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Mutasiva of Anuradhapura

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Reign  367 BC – 307 BC
Father  Pandukabhaya
Predecessor  Pandukabhaya
House  House of Vijaya
Issue  Nine sons: Devanampiya Tissa Uttiya Mahasiva Asela
Parents  Pandukabhaya of Anuradhapura
Successor  Devanampiya Tissa of Anuradhapura
Children  Devanampiya Tissa of Anuradhapura
Grandchild  Yatala Tissa, Prince of Ruhuna
Grandparents  Prince Dhigagamini, Princess Chitra
People also search for  Pandukabhaya of Anuradhapura

Mutasiva was an early monarch of Sri Lanka of the Kingdom of Anuradhapura, based at the ancient capital of Anuradhapura from 367 BC to 307 BC. He had nine sons, some of which were his successors such Devanampiya Tissa, Uttiya, Mahasiva and Asela, as well as being the son of King Pandukabhaya.

The king ruled for sixty years which was an unbroken peaceful era of the country. He is the creator of Mahamevnāwa Park in Anuradhapura and it is the only historical record of his accomplishment.

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Mutasiva of Anuradhapura Wikipedia


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